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Reading through the posts, seems a common reply is "bike is to clean", "get some mud on it" or variations of the latter. So attached is on pic of my muddy mojo after a good 3 hour ride today...crossing my fingers for the snow to hold off :D.

p.s.: excuse the crappy cell phone pic.
 

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A little off topic but how do you like those Portland grips? Have you used ODI Rogue before and if so how do they compare? I see you are running an adjustable seatpost as I do. Is the cockpit cramped as i know these grips are wider. Matchmakers?

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I know this thread is ancient but it's a rare day when I actually get my bike muddy. The trails I ride are mostly rocks and dust. I must admit, it looks good dirty ;)
 

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The very first day I took my Mojo out on a ride back on October 15th, 2006.

It started like this
Bicycle tire Bicycle frame Bicycle wheel rim Bicycle part Bicycle accessory


and very quickly looked like this.
Bicycle tire Bicycle wheel Bicycle fork Bicycle wheel rim Mountain bike

Bicycle wheel Tire Bicycle tire Bicycle fork Bicycle wheel rim


It is funny looking at the bike on it's first day out, the build I ride now is very, very different. I think the only thing the same is the Cranks and the headset. Everything else is different.
 

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The very first day I took my Mojo out on a ride back on October 15th, 2006.

It is funny looking at the bike on it's first day out, the build I ride now is very, very different. I think the only thing the same is the Cranks and the headset. Everything else is different.
Why did you change everything? It really looks nice and had good components the way it was.
 

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Psycho Marco said:
Why did you change everything? It really looks nice and had good components the way it was.
Everything got beefier
Fork: Talas 32 -> Lyrik Coil U-Turn
Wheels: Mavic CrossMax -> Hadley custom build
Stem: 90mm -> 50 mm
Rear Shock: Fox RP23 - > PUSH'd Fox Vanilla Coil with Ti Spring
Seat Post: Easton Carbon -> AMP 4" seat dropper with remote
Brakes: Magura Louise FR -> Avid Elixir
Rear Derailleur: X9 Long -> X9 Medium
Large Chain Ring - > Bashguard and Chain Guide
Seat: Broken in crash -> some WTB replacement picked up on the road
Tires: Nevegals -> High Roller Front, Ignitor Rear
Handlebar: Easton Carbon -> Deity Dirty 30
 
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